Atlanta Campus Tuition and Fees

Belhaven is a Best BuyBelhaven is one of only 100 universities in the country that received the distinction of America's 100 Best College Buys. For over 10 consecutive years, Belhaven has been recognized for its affordability and financial aid available to Belhaven students.

Belhaven University recognizes that cost is an important factor to be considered when evaluating a degree program. Adult students are classified as full-time students and have the option to finance their education with financial aid. You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

For details about the costs associated with each of our accelerated degree programs, call 1-800-960-5940 and ask to speak with the Office of Student Financial Aid. 

These rates are for August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 for new students entering the Belhaven University program. Use the Tuition Payment Estimator or download a Tuition Cost Worksheet to help determine balance and further payment options.

Tuition and Fees Per Credit Hour
Undergraduate $395
Undergraduate Military – currently serving $250
Undergraduate Military – Veteran or Spouse $316
Graduate $565
Graduate Military – currently serving $375
Graduate Military – Veteran or Spouse $452

Please note:

  • There is a $25 non-refundable application fee.
  • Technology and resource fee: This $75 per course fee is required of all students and helps to cover the cost of providing the technology and resources needed for success.  The technology and resources include (but are not limited to), the online learning management system, Belhaven’s electronic library resources,  student email, computer labs at the regional campus locations, web based tutorials, academic resources, online student communities, and campus and online technology upgrades. 
  • There is a $100 Graduation Audit Fee associated with all programs.

Belhaven University reserves the right to change the fees, tuition, rules, and calendar regulating admission and registration, instruction in, and graduation from the University, and to change any other regulation affecting the student body. Changes go into effect whenever the proper authorities so determine and apply not only to prospective students but also to those who at the time are enrolled in the University.